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Atmosic Technologies and Nichicon Corporation are collaborating on energy harvesting solutions for compact IoT components. Nichicon’s Lithium Titanate Rechargeable Battery (SLB) technology and Atmosic’s ATM33e series Bluetooth energy harvesting SoCs are designed for wearables and Bluetooth devices. They include Arm Cortex-M33F microcontroller, 1536MB of non-volatile memory, and 128KB of RAM.
Atmosic Technologies and Mouser Electronics, Inc. heralded a distribution partnership signifying Mouser’s delivery of Atmosic's portfolio of low-power energy-harvesting wireless Bluetooth system-on-chips (SoCs) and evaluation kits. Atmosic's portfolio was developed based on sustainability so engineers can create devices that can utilize one battery for the device’s maturity, while some devices operate without any batteries, due to the Atmosic's SoC’s low power consumption.
Energy harvesting has been with us for quite some time, but it has not achieved the lofty goals that industry insiders predicted.
If you are in the market for ultra-low power wireless and energy harvesting solutions, visit booth 4A-639 to peruse Atmosic’s newest innovations. The highlight of the booth will be the ATM33 family of high-performance SoCs. With Atmosic’s efficient energy solutions, network devices can last years on one battery, with some components creating enough energy to make batteries obsolete in specific use cases.
Energous and Atmosic Announce Evaluation Kit Supporting Over-the-Air Wireless Power Transfer Solutions - NewsMarch 31, 2022
Energous Corporation and Atmosic Technologies announced the Wirelessly-Charged Sensor Evaluation Kit featuring Atmosic's ATM3 energy harvesting Bluetooth Low Energy System-on-Chip (SoC) solution and Energous' FCC-certified 1W WattUp PowerBridge transmitter.
Atmosic Launches Low-Power Bluetooth 5.3 SoC Product Family with Energy Harvesting Technology - NewsFebruary 01, 2022
Atmosic, a company specializing in energy harvesting wireless platforms for the Internet of Things (IoT), unveiled the ATM33 Series Bluetooth® 5.3 family of high-performance system-on-chips (SoCs).
Atmosic, the world leader in energy harvesting wireless platforms for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced $72 million in new funding led by Sutter Hill Ventures.